3 Macintosh Tutors Found Near St. Louis, MO



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Douglas H.

Macintosh Tutor

Columbia, MO 65203

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 4 ratings

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Photography / Photoshop for Personal and Professional Advancement

Have you recently acquired a Macintosh? Are you still trying to figure out how to use it? The Apple? brand of computers can be enjoyable and frustrating! But once you understand it's file structure and operating system it is sure to become one item you will not want to be without! I can help you: - install software, - configure system preferences, - set up email, - add hardware, - set up networking, - understand Apple? and Adobe? programs. The Macintosh is different from a PC, yet they have similarities. Macs are a graphical in nature within the interface. If you just need a little push up [more]


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Sam B.

Macintosh Tutor

Columbia, MO 65201

Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Social Studies and Writing Tutor

I have used computers with Macintosh operating systems for over twenty years, and am capable of tutoring average usage of any operating systems from System 7 to the most recent OS, 10.8. I regularly use various web browsers, Microsoft Office, and Adobe Acrobat. I can tutor some of the more advanced functions of Mail and iTunes, and demonstrate many other common and uncommon features and functions. In 2014, I completed my M.A. from the University of Missouri in Medieval History, so I?m very comfortable tutoring history and other social studies. As a teaching assistant at Mizzou for two and a [more]


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Paul D.

Macintosh Tutor

Springfield, MO 65807

Will travel 15 miles

$25 per hour.

4.94 31 ratings

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Mature, patient, focused tutoring

I switched from Windows 7 to Mac OS X 10.6 three years ago. Along the way, I have assisted several others learn to feel comfortable in the Mac environment after having been a Windows-based computer user. I actively participate in Mac forums to increase my knowledge and keep up-to-date. I find that some of the difficulty in switching to the Mac is not so much about Mac versus Windows but rather adjusting to a new computer and learning new avenues for accessing email, calendars, etc. Much of the success of those who switch depends on their patience, practice, and perseverance. My role is to [more]